Farran Golding sits down with one of the great skateboard filmmakers Greg Hunt, to talk about his long standing friendship with AVE, memories of Dylan, the making of ‘The DC Video’, ‘Mind Field’, ‘Propellor’ and much more.
“Even though DC was a great gig for me, and continuing after the video I was making good money and really liked the team, I wanted to make something more personal. That’s why I started working on a video for Alien Workshop, which became Mind Field, pretty soon after. A lot of people loved The DC Video but I didn’t have as much of a connection to it just because of how rushed it was at the end.”
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SP sat down with Farran Golding and Sidewalk Mag to talk about being a 'northern monkey' on Blueprint, walking away from skateboarding, his current daily routine and much more.
“We’re here to skate.”
“I’m out the country – I’m on holiday.”
“No, you’re fucking not. You’re here to skate.”
“I’m not, how can this be work?”
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Our mate Farran at Speedway Mag sat down with Mackey to discuss the recent changes Lost Art.
Finally, is ‘Beef Stew’ still on the agenda?
I believe it is yeah. It’s pencilled in. Oliver is having a torrid time finding music that he likes and I think he’s thinking too hard about it and just needs to put it to bed and get it out. Then let’s start on something new, but yes, it is most certainly coming out in 2017.
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Many point to McCrank’s influence for your Menikmati part, specifically with all the handrail stuff. Thoughts?
I think that’s pretty spot-on. McCrank’s influence on me during that time was pretty huge. Rail-wise, I feel like I was getting into that stuff anyway but having him around definitely served as a motivator, for sure. He was so confident on those things, which helped me get up enough nerve to try some shit, too.